Motor Cycle Crimes
There is a common misconception that just because it is a traffic offense that the charges are not serious and do not carry jail time. In Massachusetts, Criminal Motor Vehicle Crimes can be charged as both Misdemeanors and Felonies, meaning there is a potential for jail time. In addition to the potential jail sentence, you can also be facing suspension of your driver’s license. Many Criminal Motor Vehicle Crimes carry an automatic driver’s license suspension with the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV), upon receiving a conviction in Court. For most people, public transportation is not a feasible option and losing their driver’s license may cost them their employment and valuable time spent with their family. Attorney Moraski represents clients throughout Massachusetts charged with a wide variety of Motor Vehicle Crimes, including:
• Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle
• Reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle
• Leaving the Scene, Property Damage
• Leaving the Scene, Personal Injury
• Serious Bodily Injury
• Operating to Endanger
• Vehicular Manslaughter
• Vehicular Homicide
• Assault & Battery with a Motor Vehicle
• Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle
• Uninsured Motor Vehicle
Being charged with a Criminal Motor Vehicle Offense is no laughing matter. Attorney Moraski is skilled at helping clients with the Criminal Charges that can result in Court and also the collateral consequences that can occur regarding the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV).
If you would like to work with an attorney who has experience defending Motor Vehicle Crimes in Massachusetts, please do not hesitate to contact Massachusetts Attorney Paul R. Moraski today, at (978) 744 – 1200.